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Commercial, industrial loan pool grows

As commercial and industrial lending continues to increase, some Miami bankers wonder if the industry might lending its way into trouble. They say competition has heated up as South Florida lenders, hurt by the residential real estate…

Study Says Downtown Miami Ballpark Must Go In Bicentennial Park

A study commissioned by the Downtown Development Authority has found that Bicentennial Park is the only downtown Miami location suitable for a baseball stadium for the Florida Marlins.…

Application For Downtown Miami Charter School Goes Forward

Facing an Oct. 1 deadline, Miami's Downtown Development Authority is pushing through an application to open a downtown charter school that could accept students as early as August 2002.…

Miami Beach Chamber Scrambles To Fill Gap In Home Schedule

Time is running out for the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce as officials scramble to complete fundraising for a new $1.6 million headquarters and find temporary offices for most of…

Rouse Co Ready With Plan For West Kendall Center

The Rouse Co., developer of Bayside Marketplace and the proposed Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables, is ready to seek zoning approval for the 160-acre West Kendall Town Center…

Weak Latin American Economies Send Miami Airport Cargo Into Tailspin

Weak Latin American economies are being blamed by county officials for the lion's share of an 11.2% dip in volume of foreign freight recorded in July at Miami International Airport.…

County Supports Lastminute Effort To Land National Soccer Headquarters

Miami-Dade County and the City of Homestead are trying to entice a national soccer group to use the city's empty sports complex as its training center.…

Economic Study Of Military Claims Billiondollar Blast

Military installations in Miami-Dade inject about $1 billion in the local economy and are responsible for some $145.6 million in expenditures, economists said.…

Educators Map Out Programs That Meet Business Workforce Needs

With Greater Miami's business community battling a shortage of workers trained in new high-tech occupations, economic development leaders last week turned their focus squarely to a newly forged partnership…

Parking System Fate To Go On Ballot As Carollo Prevails

In a political victory for Mayor Joe Carollo, Miami city commissioners agreed to add a charter amendment to the Nov. 7 ballot that will remove the Miami Parking System's "exclusivity."…

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